Ajmal Rashid Bhat received his Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Chemistry from Department of Chemistry, Jiwaji University Gwalior (India) in 2007 and Master of philosophy (M.phil) in Chemistry from Department of Chemistry Vikram University, Ujjain (India) in 2011.He has completed his Ph.D. degree from Department of Chemistry, R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur, Maharashtra (India) in 2016. He has more than thirty international and national research papers in different reputed journals and also more than ten international conferences. He has published two books entitled 'A Gentle Introduction to Non-Conventional Synthetic Routes by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, ISBN-10: 3330336854, ISBN-13: 978-3330336858 (July 5, 2017)' and Nanomedicine: A new effective drug for the Treatment of Health Diseases by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, ISBN- 978-620-2-08106-1. He has been awarded at different international conferences. He is the editor/Associate Editor of various international journals like a) Organic and Medicinal Chemistry International Journal (OMCIJ) b) Journal of Pharmacology and Clinical Research (JPCR) c) International Journal of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resources (IJESNR). He is reviewer of different journals like Journal of Material and Environmental Science, Journal of sudia chemical society (Elisvier), Ultrasonics Sonochemistry (Elisvier), Journal of Chitin and Chitosan, Journal of Catalysis for Sustainable Energy, American Journal of PharmTech Research, International Journal of pharma and Bio Science and Letters in Drug Design and Discovery (LDDD). His current and ongoing research interest is development of new organic synthetic methodologies, Synthesis of novel six member Nitrogen and Oxygen based heterocyclic compounds, Synthesis of bioactive annulated pyrimidine derivativies using sonochemistry and microwave techniques, Catalytic activity of different nitrogen based organo catalysts (DABCO, DBU, DBA, DAMP etc) for the synthesis of fused Pyrano/Pyridopyrimidine/uracil derivativies, Multi-component reaction, Biological/Medicinal Chemistry, Synthesis of anti-infilmentry, anti bacterial and anticancer drugs